Airplane Livery: Our Favorite Designs

By Jeremy Bryant

Airlines often adorn their aircraft’s with unique eye-catching painted designs to grab our attention. Known as aircraft livery, most airlines have a standard paint scheme for their aircraft fleet, usually prominently displaying the airline logo or name. But what about those airplanes covered in cartoons or animals? Every now and then airlines will use special liveries for promotions, hoping it will catch your eye. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite airplane liveries that caught our eye.

ATA Airlines: 25th Anniversary Scheme

ATA Airlines: 25th Anniversary Scheme

All Nippon Airways (ANA): Pokemon Livery

All Nippon Airways (ANA): Pokemon Livery

Alaska Airlines: “Spirit of Alaska”

Alaska Airlines: “Spirit of Alaska”

Southwest Airlines: Sea World Shamu

Southwest Airlines: Sea World Shamu

AirAsia: “Junior Jet Club”

AirAsia: “Junior Jet Club”

Norwegian Air: UNICEF

Norwegian Air: UNICEF

Eva Air: Hello Kitty Airplane

Eva Air: Hello Kitty Airplane

Airtran Airways: Little Debbie Cupcakes

Airtran Airways: Little Debbie Cupcakes

Swiss Air

Swiss Air

Kulula Airlines: “Flying 101”

Kulula Airlines: “Flying 101”

What airplane liveries have you spotted?

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